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Bhakhri

Bhakhri is a type of flatbread popular in Indian cuisine, made from flour and water and cooked on a griddle or in a tandoor. There are many types of bhakhri, including jowar, bajra, roti, garlic, and onion, and it is often served with accompaniments like curry, pickles, or yogurt. Bhakhri may be available in different packaging options and may be flavoured with additional ingredients.

Description

Bhakhri is a type of flatbread that is popular in Indian cuisine. It is made from a dough of flour and water that is rolled out into a thin, round shape and then cooked on a griddle or in a tandoor (clay oven). Bhakhri is often served with a variety of accompaniments, such as curry, pickles, or yogurt, and may be eaten as a snack or as part of a meal.

 

There are many different types of bhakhri, each with its own unique flavour and texture. Some examples of different types of bhakhri include:

 

  • Jowar bhakhri: Jowar bhakhri is made from jowar flour, which is a type of flour made from sorghum grains.

 

  • Bajra bhakhri: Bajra bhakhri is made from bajra flour, which is a type of flour made from pearl millet grains.

 

  • Roti bhakhri: Roti bhakhri is made from wheat flour and is similar in texture to a traditional Indian roti.

 

  • Garlic bhakhri: Garlic bhakhri is made from flour and is flavoured with garlic.

 

  • Onion bhakhri: Onion bhakhri is made from flour and is flavoured with onions.

 

Bhakhri may be available in different packaging options, such as bags or pouches, and may be sold in stores or online. The bhakhri may be flavoured with additional ingredients, such as herbs or spices, and may be sweetened with sugar or other sweeteners.